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The Prisoner 

Chicom agents capture Harm in Hong Kong; they vigorously question him in mainland China about official matters. During mind games Harm imagines his father's voice. Meg and Alison search for Harm, and, after a firefight, they get him back.

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Harm makes an official visit to Hong Kong (while that place is still a British crown colony, shortly before the return of Hong Kong to China); there agents of the Chicom government capture him, take him into mainland China, then imprison and question him, believing that he can tell them whether the USA would intervene if the Chinese take the islands of Matsu and Quemoy back from the Taiwanese government. Harm undergoes vigorous questioning, mind games, and drug therapy; in his cell he imagines that he hears the voice of his father. Meg and Alison search for him. Despite deception and double-crossing among the Chinese and after a firefight at the border, Harm returns to Meg and Alison. Written by DocRushing

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8 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Harmon Rabb's date of birth, as established in a "dialog" he has with his missing father, is October 25th, 1963 and his service number is 989-548301. (His date of birth was previously incorrectly written at IMDB as October 23.) See more »

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When Meg and Alison find Harm's billfold and look at his ID card, that card shows his rank as lieutenant (rather than lieutenant commander), and it shows a social-security number different from the one which he recites to his Chinese captors. See more »

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Captain Lishi: Commander Rabb, how are you feeling?
Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: Fine.
Captain Lishi: "Commander" sounds so formal. What do your friends call you?
Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: "Harm", "Rabb", "pain in the butt".
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